Every September more than 700 buildings in London traditionally closed for public admission open their doors to visitors. Most of them serve visitors on first come first get in basis, except a few - like Downing Str. 10 and The view from the Shard require a prior registration. To check dates and program visit official site londonopenhouse.org.
Programme of music, dance, theater, comedy and films throughout a summer - this is is the concept of More London Free Festival, free admission and no need to prebook seats. Detailed pogram for each year find at www.morelondon.com. Location - the Scoop, open air amphitheater in More London offering more then 800 seats.
Organ recitals are held in the Westminster Abbey every Sunday afternoon at 5.45 pm. These 30-minute concerts are free of charge and a wide range of music is presented, showcasing the Abbey’s magnificent Harrison and Harrison organ.
London is a recognized center of various social activities, performances and events, many of them are free of charge. A good site to check available options on the dates of your stay is www.freelondonevents.co.uk.
Southwark Cathedral performs regular organ recitals on Monday lunchtimes and recitals on Tuesday afternoons.
Sunday Organ Recitals at St.Paul's Cathedral in London take place at 4.45pm. These recitals are free and last about 30 minutes. All are welcome to attend.
Every Thursday and Friday until 21:00 Late Shift at National Portrait Gallery. Late shift offers new ways to explore the Gallery after hours and socialise after work. Enjoy a wide range of events including tours, talks, live music, DJs, films, art workshops, lectures, philosophy salons and drop-in drawing sessions.